Skip to main content

About your Search

Search Results 0 to 3 of about 4 (some duplicates have been removed)
Feb 1, 2013 9:00am PST
his camp when it comes to defense spending. >> i mean, the main reason for this nomination was to stick a finger in john mccain's eye. they have succeeded in that. >> do you really think that? >> i don't think it's between obama and hagel. >> not the only -- >> i hope it's not. >> you -- you've -- you're known to orbit around the white house from time to time. >> right. >> when the soup of the day is particularly tasty. i'm kidding. this is all out of love. glen -- >> potato cheddar. >> do you buy that line of argument from ben that this is sticking a finger in john mccain's eye, the hagel nomination, because we've been led to believe that there is a close saysness and a rep twar between the president and chuck hagel and that's why -- >> there are a lot of fingers being stuck in various eyes here. one of the other ones is apac, the fact that they got apac to sit on their hands on this nomination, and the israel, not the jewish lobby, hasn't really weighed in in a meaningful way on this is a big deal for the white house, but, you know, part of this, i think, reflects the basic real
Jan 31, 2013 12:00pm EST
don't really want to talk about a contraction on president obama's watch. republicans aren't really comfortable with the idea that austerity -- that these big huge defense cuts and government spending cuts that we've seen can have a drag affect on the gdp going into the see sequester debate. both sides are uncomfortable with this number, and that's why we probably won't see it discussed for more than a news cycle or two. then we'll move on. >> affect show it's a kabarb. >> this is the very last time anybody will talk about this number in washington right here. >> we're making history. >> right. >> rona, the, sequestration debate, armageddon, whatever you want to call it, has been tossed around in a variety of different fashions, especially on the right because initially it was seen -- we cannot do this. defense cuts disproportionately hurt the gop, and, yet, now there is sort of maybe the sense that they will let sec west rags go ahead. mr. boehner says he has significant republican support, including gop defense hawks, on the side of letting the gop work. i got that in my back pock
Search Results 0 to 3 of about 4 (some duplicates have been removed)